IN THE 1950s and 1960s, two former Bundaberg boys changed the face of education in Queensland.
BUNDABERG’S state politicians have come out in support of fixed four-year terms for parliament.
RESIDENTS near the site of the Masters store in Kepnock are concerned over the safety of their homes after a large mound of earth was built up in the area.
CONSULTANT Dion Taylor sees a big future for the horticulture industry in Bundaberg after forging ties with a group of delegates from the Hong Kong Food Council.
SEVEN Thabeban locals called a meeting in February 1916 to discuss the formation of a local school.
THE plan to redevelop the old Bunnings store on Takalvan St into a Coles supermarket is moving into gear.
AN OLD photo of pupils at a school near Bundaberg has brought back memories for Bullyard resident Des Messenger.
SUNWATER is making good progress on flood repair work at Ben Anderson Barrage with works scheduled to be completed in October.
BUNDABERG marine scientist Sue Sargent has been re-appointed chairwoman of the Burnett Local Marine Advisory Committee.
AFTER only a few months of operation, one small family business was delighted with the reaction to its products at the Flats Farmers’ Market on Saturday.